I have SRX 550 which is alreday configured and firmware version is running 12.3X48-D75.4-domestic
SO we have another SRX 550 Which having firmware version running with 12.3X48-D30.7-domestic
So i wanted to do same configuration and same firmware from first SRX550 to second
Please let us know what steps has to follow to do this activity with success.
Dear Team ,
Thanks for your help , i have successfully upgraded device with same firmware version of source device.
Now problem i have collected output of "show | display set" and tried to do configuration but i am getting error when commit that configuration like below
root# commit[edit interfaces ge-0/0/3 unit 0 family ethernet-switching]'vlan'vlan member cannot be used on interface with vlan-id/vlan-tagserror: commit failed: (statements constraint check failed)
Please let us know what is the issue and why it not saving configuration
Please share or check the following configuration command from both SRXs: show interfaces ge-0/0/3. There might be a configuration difference on the SRX you just upgraded in regards the original SRX.
I have set command , toady i dont have device access i will do configuration on monday
set interfaces ge-0/0/3 vlan-taggingset interfaces ge-0/0/3 unit 0 vlan-id 178set interfaces ge-0/0/3 unit 0 family inet address 10.x.x.x/x
Looks like you have both family inet and ethernet-switching configured. Can you remove the ethernet-switching configuration and apply the commit?
If you are copying the configuration from the other SRX, then you need to delete the existing one first, otherwise they will merge and this can cause problems like the one you are reporting where a single interface is being configured with two different family types. As metioned, try:
# delete# commit
Then use the "load set terminal" command and paste the config from the original SRX.
If the above scenario is not what you are doing, then please explain it better in order to help you in the best way possible.
Can I take backup file of existing SRX device configuration and copy that file and restore that one to another SRX ?
Certainly you can.
1. On the first SRX, save the confiiguration to a file named "config.txt" under /var/tmp/ directory:
# save /var/tmp/config.txt# run file list /var/tmp/config.txt detail (to confirm the generation of the file)
2. Download the file from the first SRX and upload it to the second SRX under the same /var/tmp/ directory.
3. Delele the configuration on the second SRX to avoid conflicts:
# set system root-authentication plain-text-password (you need to have at least the root password configured)
4. Load the previously uploaded config file:
# load override /var/tmp/config.txt
Hope this helps.
Thanks for your help we have resolved this issue .
Its quite simple. Now that you have upgraded your new SRX to the version you wanted and have copied the display set file on it, you can follow the steps below :-
1. Remove all the existing configuration.
warning: uncommitted changes will be discarded on exit
Entering configuration mode
This will delete the entire configuration
Delete everything under this level? [yes,no] (no)yes
2. Now load the new configuration.
root# load set /var/tmp/<CONFIG-FILENAME>root# commit and-quitroot>
This should resolve the issue.
Note that when you add new configuration, some parts like interfaces simply add to existing configuration instead of overwritting it. This is because sections like interfaces may cater multiple families and IPs.
Hope this will help you.
Commad Output Which you required
@F> show chassis cluster status
error: Chassis cluster is not enabled.
@F> show system license
Licenses Licenses Licenses Expiry
Feature name used installed needed
dynamic-vpn 0 2 0 permanent
ax411-wlan-ap 0 2 0 permanent
Licenses installed: none